What’s in Store for and Out of Netflix in the Week of October 14, 2019

Paul Rudd doesn’t age. See for yourself on Friday, when the not-so-promising series ” Living With Yourself” debuts. In this NO, Rudd is portrayed as a person taking a spa course that literally replaces him with the best version of himself. This worries me as much as I worried (not without reason) about Fred Armissen’s and Maya Rudolph’s Forever ‘s inaccessible car, which has an equally far-fetched premise and depicts equally beloved stars. But I’m only human – Paul Rudd’s charm is not lost on me, so I’ll try this show despite my serious doubts.

Steven Soderbergh’s poorly reviewed drama The Panama Papers, Laundry, is also out Friday. It features Meryl Streep, Gary Oldman, and Antonio Banderas, but it’s 56% rotten on rotten tomatoes, so I’ll probably skip it.

I broke off this week! I refuse to feign excitement when Netflix is ​​not good. I’m sorry, you’ll just have to watch Buzz Bissinger’s very strange HBO documentary instead.

Arrival this week

October 15, Tuesday

  • Dark Crimes

Wednesday 16 October

Thursday 17 October

  • Karate kid

Friday 18 October

Saturday 19 October

  • Men in Black

Leaving this week

Leaving October 20th

  • Bridget Jones baby


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